Crockpot Raspberry Peach Chipotle Glazed Pork

This recipe was so good and easy to make! This time of the year I am just all about using the crockpot whenever I can.

Recently I found this amazing company called Fredericksburg Farms. They are based in Texas, and what I love about them is everything is made and produced on the farm! I really try to support other farms when purchasing products. Once you get a taste of the farm life you realize the time and effort these farmers put into their crops and any products they sell. I think in our society we focus on what’s quick and cheap, and so many people are missing out on all the things farms have to offer. I would gladly spend my money at a farm store or shop any day, and I encourage you all to do the same in your hometown!

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In this recipe I used their Raspberry Peach Chipotle Glaze, and let me tell you just how delicious it was! It went perfectly with the pork roast, the sweetness of the fruit with just a little bit of heat. Check out the link below to order your own bottle to try! I didn’t have to use that much of the glaze to get a lot of flavor, which means I can make this recipe again. (which I definitely will be making it again)

Fredericksburg Farms

Raspberry Peach Glazed Pork

Crock Pot Raspberry Peach Chipotle Glazed Pork Roast


2-3 lbs Pork Roast

3/4 Turkey Broth

1 tsp Cumin

1/4 tsp Ginger

1 Tbsp Garlic minced

1/2 cup Raspberry Peach Chipotle Glaze

  • Place everything in crock pot, leaving the glaze set aside for now
  • Let everything cook for 3 hours on high
  • Add glaze on top of the pork using a brush, allow pork to cook for an additional hour or until pork is completely done in the center
  • Optional: when serving warm up additional glaze to pour over the pork for even extra flavor

If you give this recipe a try please leave a comment and let us know how you liked it!

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